A draft law tailored to regulate cryptocurrency mining has been filed with the lower house of Russian parliament, the State Duma. The legislation provides a legal definition for the extraction of digital currencies and envisages the establishment of a register for miners. Russian Lawmakers to Review Legislation Enforcing Rules for Crypto Mining Sector The draft […]
As a SaaS founder, your company’s intellectual property (IP) is one of its most valuable assets, but do you know how to protect it? IP includes everything from the name of your company to the software that powers your SaaS. Ensuring that you take steps to protect your IP is critical to safeguarding your hard […]
Mexico became the first LatAm state to begin developing fintech-specific legislation. 2018 law defines which organizations are considered as fintech companies, regardless of the type of credit they lend – short or long-term. If a company uses digital platforms and e-walleting in their activities, it should comply with the fintech law. In case the […]
There are ambitious mods, and then there are ambitious mods like Skyblivion, which, since the project's inception in 2012, has been steadily working toward remaking the entirety of The Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion using Skyrim's engine - and mod team TESRenewal has now shared a fresh look at its progress as part of a new video development diary.
The Skyblivion team has been steadily documenting its progress on YouTube since 2013 - hosting everything from livestreams of asset creation to developer interviews - but, as the project nudges ever-closer to completion, it's embarked on a series of development diaries, showcasing different aspects of the mod's reimagined Cyrodiil in action.
It seems as if the virtual world is always reinventing itself these days, and the latest evidence of this phenomenon is “the metaverse”. This is a term that many people became aware of when they noticed Mark Zuckerberg (of Facebook fame) touting it as the next big online thing, although his ambitions in that direction …
Ghostwire: Tokyo is an open-world game with a lot to see and consider. Some aspects of it won’t be completely clear immediately, so we put together this handy quick tips guide to help you get your spirit journey in Ghostwire: Tokyo off to a good start.
After all, you can never have too much help when it comes to saving the world.
Blue and green are plentiful
When you defeat enemies and break floating objects in the environment, little shards are left behind. Although you have green, blue, and red elements at your disposal, red shards are far less common than the other two. While it makes sense to only use red attacks on more imposing enemies, you should go hog wild with the green and blue ones. Use them however much you feel like; you’ll rarely find yourself running low without being able to get more.
Buy more Katashiro
In Ghostwire: Tokyo, you use Katashiro to absorb souls to exchange for goods. At first, the game gives you a couple of free Katashiro for the firs...